Delco Shooting Supply is a friendly, fully licensed, firearms store with expert staff who are happy to answer all of your questions. The gun shop is conveniently located in Delaware County, minutes from Philadelphia and seconds from route I 95 and the New Jersey bridges.  We have an extensive selection of handguns, long guns, ammunition and accessories.  We also offer a large selection of reloading supplies for people who enjoy reloading their own ammunition. We stock a broad selection of premium hard cast bullets which are custom cast and sized by us in Delaware County on our state of the art equipment.

If you are not a reloader but are interested in learning how to reload your own ammo for increased accuracy and decreased cost, come to our free Reloading Seminar offered quarterly. Join our growing list of customers and learn hands on how to safely reload your own ammunition. All reloading equipment and supplies are available in stock! If you can’t attend the seminar, just stop by and we will be happy to walk you through the process!

Recent Updates

  • Basic Handgun Safety Class Basic Handgun Safety Class   Class will cover…  Gun Safety Safe gun handling Firearm Operation Types of firearms & Ammunition Shooting Fundamentals  Date & Time  TBDIF INTERESTED EMAIL  delcoshootingsupply@gmail.com Cost of Class $50 which includes NRA Home Firearms Safety book and Certificate    Class will be taught by Marc Dulberg NRA Certified Firearms Instructor since 1996   Class will be held in classroom above Delco Shooting Supply. Entrance located at Right Rear of building.
    Posted Oct 4, 2016, 9:34 AM by David Natale
  • A Quick Guide to Shooting Fundamentals Click on the link below for A Quick Guide To Shooting Fundamentals. A Quick Guide to Shooting Fundamentals
    Posted Feb 13, 2016, 11:17 AM by David Natale
  • Reloading for your Auto-Loading Rifle 1.      Dies.  Use full length regular or full length small base dies.  Small base full length dies size the case down a little narrower than regular full length dies.  This is to improve chambering and lockup reliability in auto-loading rifles.  However it is very possible you will have flawless chambering and lockup reliability in your auto-loading rifle using regular full length dies.  If you have an auto-loader with a particularly tight chamber, desire extended reliability with a dirty gun, if regular full length resized cases don’t function reliably in your firearm, or if you just want to use small base dies, use small base dies.  If you want to work the brass less and potentially get ...
    Posted Jun 1, 2013, 7:50 AM by David Natale
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